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(1) The number of divorcees remarrying in church has risen steadily since such weddings were sanctioned in 1981.
(2) King, a divorcee, had to struggle to make tuition payments when her children were in private schools.
(3) Talking to a counsellor can help divorcees to bear the pain of separation.
(4) Most divorcees either remarry or cohabit with another partner.
(5) Family: Married Olga, a divorcee three years his senior, in 1987 but separated two years later.
(6) The King abdicated when he married a divorcee.
(7) American divorcee whose marriage to Edward VIII created a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication.
(8) I'm a middle - aged jobless divorcee and I'm not going to raise any more kids!
(9) Neither should be a divorcee.
(10) They are, according to recent research, bringing up the next generation of offenders, truants, divorcees and generally inadequate people.
(11) A few defy credibility: Alliance invited for innocent, beautiful, charming, compassionate, sober(http://Sentencedict.com), soft-spoken and good natured divorcee.
(12) It had been speculated that the settlement could have left her the world's richest ever divorcee.
(13) The former King Edward the VIII abdicated the throne in order to marry Wallis Warfield Simpson, an American divorcee. 1998, "When I was meditating."
(14) Is he going to think I'm some kind of kinky, sex - starved, divorcee?
(15) When King Edward 8 of England decided he would rather be married to Wallis Warfield Simpson, an American divorcee, than be King of England, he turned in his crown and abdicated.
(16) Not even Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin who spoke for the nation when he said Britain did not want an American divorcee for a queen.
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